AFTER ALL IS SAID AND DONE: A NOVEL OF INFIDELITY, HEALING, & FORGIVENESS
If any man ever fit the bill of being tall, dark and handsome it would be Ethan Harrington. Ethan is a brilliant doctor, caring husband, father to be – and borderline alcoholic. He has spent the last year trying to forgive his wife, Jessica, whom he loves dearly, for her infidelity, but her betrayal with a colleague of his has left a huge hole in his heart.
Jessica’s affair with a colleague has left nothing but carnage in its wake. She desperately clings to the thin strands that are holding her marriage together, terrified of telling Ethan that the son he loves isn’t his.
Dr. Sarah Williams has spent the better part of a year trying to recover from her husband, Gavin’s, affair. Still reeling from a devastating miscarriage, her life is shattered when she finds out just how far his infidelity has gone.
Arrogant, self-centered, narcissistic. These words can all be used to describe Gavin Williams. By putting his own wants first, he has succeeded in making a shamble of his marriage to Sarah as well as Ethan & Jessica’s.
THE MONSTER OF SILVER CREEK
Nathan Sommers is the Chief of Police in the small town of Silver Creek, Montana. He is on the hunt for a serial killer of women who leaves a most unusual calling card in his victims.
Nathan is a tormented individual trying to cope with the loss of his wife. He feels her dying was a direct result of his actions and is consumed with guilt.
Katie is a sweet, beautiful girl who just moved to Silver Creek, Montana.
Scrimping and saving every penny for the past few years, she has finally managed to achieve her dream of opening a bakery. But after spending less than twenty-four hours in her new town, tragedy strikes. Police Chief Nathan Sommers responds to her needs and she soon finds herself having feelings for him, but every step she takes towards him, he takes three back.
Soft-spoken Jack is a deputy for Silver Creek and Nathan’s best friend.
SEASONS OF DARKNESS
Ethan Harrington’s innocence was lost at the tender age of nine when his mother took her own life. Now sixteen, and still ravaged by her death, he struggles to live among the shattered remains of a family that was never functional to begin with.
TRAGEDY AT SILVER CREEK
Guilt is a powerful thing, and former deputy Jack Collins is mired in it. Unable to forget the events that have taken place in the town he was sworn to protect, he feels as if he is slowly drowning as he tries to cope with the aftermath of a serial killer’s reign of terror, as well as his new—and unwanted—job as chief of police.
Jack’s wife, Cheryl, has her own battles to fight as she grapples with motherhood as well as Jack’s increasing tendency not to confide in her.
A reporter for the Prairie County Gazette, the town’s newspaper, Mac Hodges becomes a consistent thorn in Jack’s side. When another body is discovered, bearing the same puncture wounds as the previous victims, Mac sets out to further his career by stirring controversy on all fronts.
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